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'''Lambert Murphy''' (1885–1954) was an United States|American tenor, born in Springfield, Massachusetts|Springfield, Massachusetts. While pursuing an academic course at Harvard University, he studied singing under T. L. Cushman in Boston from 1904 to 1908. He graduated from Harvard in 1908 with his younger brother, Ray D. Murphy (1887–1964) (future chairman of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States 19xx-1952), where they were both in the Harvard Glee Club, Harvard Quartet and the Pi Eta Society. Having filled positions in several important churches in Boston, Brookline, Massachusetts|Brookline, and Fairhaven, Massachusetts|Fairhaven, he went to New York City|New York in 1910 as solo (music)|soloist of St. Bartholomew's Church|St. Bartholomew's. After further study under Isidore Luckstone, he was engaged (1911) as a member of the Metropolitan Opera. Murphy made his...